Intro to Film
CMS 2100
Women and Film
CMS 4320/MALS 5800
Media & Culture
CMS 3101
Study Abroad Communication & Media Studies

                                                          


          

Dr. Virginia Bonner
Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
Clayton State University
Office: Music Building, room 105
Office Hours: scheduled via AdvisorTrac, by email, Skype, & by appt.
Phone: (678) 466-4713
Fax: (678) 466-4769
Email: vbonner@clayton.edu
Skype: My status (virginia.bonner)
  Web: http://www.virginiabonner.com

Education

Ph.D. in Women's Studies and Film Studies, Emory University, 2003
M.A. in Art History, University of Florida, 1993
B.S. in Psychology, University of Florida, 1991

Teaching

In Spring 2014, I am teaching two sections of Introduction to Film (CMS 2100), Media and Culture (CMS 3101), and Women and Film (CMS 4320). Click on the images above or links below for individual course web

In Fall 2014, I am teaching two sections of Introduction to Film (CMS 2100), Media and Culture (CMS 3101), and African American Cinema (CMS 3340). Click on the images above or links below for individual course web pages.

Courses taught during future semesters may include:

Introduction to Film (CMS 2100)

Media and Culture (CMS 3101)

National Cinemas (CMS 3340)
    Deconstructing Disney
   
The French New Wave
    African American Cinema

Film Analysis and Criticism (CMS 4310)

Women and Film (CMS 4320)

Women and the Arts (CMS 4810)

Film Genres (CMS 4330)

Teaching Internship (CMS 3902)

Women and Popular Culture (CMS 3810)

Selected Topics (CMS 4800)
    Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Art
    Italian Renaissance Architecture

Great Works in Art History (ART 5000)
   

Research

I am presently editing a forthcoming book manuscript on the experimental documentary cinema of Paris' Left Bank Group; key directors for this study include Chris Marker, Agns Varda, and Alain Resnais. I have also published book reviews and articles on films by Agns Varda and Alain Resnais. Current projects include an article on Sally Potter's Yes (2005), an article on Jonathan Caouette's Tarnation (2004), and an article on Disney's The Princess and the Frog (2009).

Film Festivals

For information about current and future film festivals in the Atlanta area, see the Film Festivals and Resources page.

Links:

The Bachelor's Degree in Communication and Media Studies

Department of Visual and Performing Arts
College of Arts and Sciences
Clayton State University